Friday Recap By Mason Detre, Communications Intern.
F | Carleton Place 12, Navan 2
This game was total domination by CP after they were leading 5-2 they took over from there. Samuel Knoblauch had 2G/5A in a 7 point game while Theocharidis added 5 assists to wrap up their regular season. Zach Tupker, Ben Tupker and Geoff Kitt each had 2 goal nights.
Coleton CIanci and Curtis Fabbro scored in the first period in loss. The Grads are 0-30-1 in their last 31 games. Carleton Place extended their winning streak to 2 games going into their 1st round matchup against the Rockland Nationals next week.
F | Hawksbury 5, Rockland 3
Hawksbury were able to score 3 goals in the 1st period and then two more in the 2nd to take full control and never looked back. It was Mike Nantais who had himself a big night with 1G/2A in Hawks 2nd straight victory. Jeremy Cote had 1G/1A in multi point effort. Peter Brooks made 40 saves on 43 shots in victory.
Dallas Maurovic, Alex Robert and Connor Beatty all got goals for Rockland while trying to attempt a comeback in loss. Rockland will play their final regular season game against Pembroke on Sunday while Hawksbury will await who they will be playing in 1st round. It will either be the Kanata Lasers or Cornwall Colts
F | Brockville 3, Smiths Falls 2
The Bears were able to lead 1-0 until Brockville exploded for 3 goals in the 2nd period and never looked back. Nicholas Vlahos had 2 goals on the night while Jordi Jefferson added a goal. Michael Locatelli collect two assists on the three goals tonight. Braves outshot Bears 41-38 in the game.
Hayden Hart and Mitchell Larabie had goals for Smiths Falls in their final game of the year. Congratulations to Graduating Players Kyle Dowdall, Michael Larose, Hunter Garlasso and Hayden Hart on wonderful careers in their final game with Smiths Falls.
F/OT | Pembroke 2, Kemptville 1
This game was tight until the final minutes of the game. Kemptville would get on the board with Ryan Pawlikowski scoring his 1st career CCHL goal to make it 1-0. Nick Bond kept his team in the game until the finals minutes in the 3rd period.
A timeout was called with 49 seconds left on the clock and the Lumber Kings were able to capitalize with an extra attacker from Zachary Cross to send game into overtime. Jarrad Vroman scored 1:03 into overtime to pick up a huge victory as they try to avoid finishing 7th place in the standings. Congrats to Liam Hunter on his final game with the 73s and all the best moving forward with Utica College.